Mateo Goods has recently announced a new suite of building information modeling (BIM) tools using the company’s signature human-centric office furniture to help architects and designers create innovative hybrid workspace models. The new resources will be released in partnership with BIMsmith, the leading building product research platform for professionals.
“The future of work is an important and ongoing discussion throughout the field of architecture and design,” said Benjamin Glunz, CEO of BIMsmith. “Mateo Goods provides building professionals with fresh insight and an appealing product portfolio to adapt and meet the needs of our evolving world of work.”
Using these data-rich models of Mateo’s products, the company states that architects and designers will be able to create highly accurate project renderings and make informed decisions earlier in the design process based on simulated findings. The models will be available for integration with Autodesk Revit.
Mateo’s BIM Resources Added to BIMsmith Marketplace
As part of the partnership, Mateo’s furniture will also feature on the BIMsmith Market, so architects and designers from around the world will be able to discover and download Mateo’s modern workplace accessories for BIM Projects.
“Mateo Goods is helping pioneer a new world of workspace and productivity solutions designed for the way we work in a post-pandemic society. With today’s new hybrid work conditions and work-from-home program stipends, there’s a clear need for our differentiated offering,” said Paris Daniell, Marketing Director at Mateo Goods.
“Our new BIM resources follow suit, aiming to assist commercial architects and designers in crafting workplaces that combine the comfort and familiarity of home with the productivity of work.”